By James Wilkinson
Conference organisers planning Hawaii events can now send delegates in the pointy end of the aircraft at bargain prices, thanks to the latest business class sale from Hawaiian Airlines.
Hawaiian has launched new business class fares
Launched last Friday (Sep 25), the Hawaiian Airlines business bonanza fares are priced from $4796 to Honolulu, from $4974 to neighbour islands, from $6912 to the US mainland and include all taxes.
“These fares can add a wonderful and memorable new dimension to a flight and are some of the most competitive for business cabin travel between Australia and the US,” said Hawaiian Airlines general manager – sales and marketing, Australia, Sherilyn Robinson,.
The business bonanza fares are available for departures from Australia between October 02 and December 09, 2009, and again between February 03 and June 30, 2010.
On Sydney-Honolulu flights, Hawaiian offers business class passengers a selection of hot meals developed by renowned Maui restaurateur Beverly Gannon, plus complimentary drinks, free use of portable dig-E-player entertainment units and airport lounge access in all ports.